Repeated mild closed head injury impairs short-term visuospatial memory and complex learning.

@article{Hylin2013RepeatedMC,
  title={Repeated mild closed head injury impairs short-term visuospatial memory and complex learning.},
  author={Michael J Hylin and Sara A. Orsi and Natalia S Rozas and Julia L Hill and Jing Zhao and John B Redell and Anthony N. Moore and Pramod K Dash},
  journal={Journal of neurotrauma},
  year={2013},
  volume={30 9},
  pages={716-26}
}
Concussive force can cause neurocognitive and neurobehavioral dysfunction by inducing functional, electrophysiological, and/or ultrastructural changes within the brain. Although concussion-triggered symptoms typically subside within days to weeks in most people, in 15%-20% of the cases, symptomology can continue beyond this time point. Problems with memory, attention, processing speed, and cognitive flexibility (e.g., problem solving, conflict resolution) are some of the prominent post… CONTINUE READING

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